1. Make sure you treat the request for holiday fairly and sympathetically using a consistent approach. 2. Is it made clear, either in the employment contract or a staff handbook, that taking holiday
LTICE Regulations The Transnational Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations 1999 ("TICE") came into force on 15 January 2000, implementing the European Works Councils Directive. The requirement to have a European Works
1. Identify the number of employees to be covered by the Information and Consultation agreement. 2. Determine number of employee representatives required (1 for every 50 employees, with a minimum of 2 and
From 29 July 2013, claimants will be required to pay an issue fee to submit an ET1 to the Employment Tribunal (ET) and a hearing fee for determination of that
Prepare as thoroughly as possible.Make sure your witnesses are prepared.Dress conservatively.Be polite - to the panel, witnesses and the other side.Address the Employment Judge as Sir or Madam.Do not try to be
Shared Parental Leave (“SPL”) is a type of leave which, in effect, allows eligible parents to share maternity/adoption leave between them.
It is recognised that some employees may need to take time off work at short notice because of family or domestic commitments.
Check that the employee qualifies for adoption leave. He/She must be the child’s adopter and have notified the agency that they want the child to be placed with them.
1. Is the career break paid or unpaid? If paid, will this be at normal pay or at a reduced rate, for all or part of the absence? 2. If unpaid, will the
Legal Framework Capability or poor performance is a potentially fair reason for dismissal. However, it is important that the company follows a fair procedure in reaching, and taking, the decision to